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swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. after someone opened fire this morning. >> we proceeded up into the screening area. with where tsa screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> reporter: emergency crews loaded wounded tsa officers into ambulances. one tsa officer, a 40-year-old man was killed. and three others were injured. passengers inside the terminal heard the gunshots. >> right when i heard the shots, i looked over my shoulder and everybody was running towards me, saying run, run. >> reporter: other passengers saw the gunman. >> and i noticed he had an assault rifle, a huge gun. strapped over his shoulder. >> reporter: airport police confronted suspect, who was wounded in a gunfire exchange. >> reporter: authorities evacuated the terminal and set up a triage area. >> we got out. and they told us to stay underneath the plane. >> reporter: six people were transported to area hospitals. at least one is in critical condition. >> reporter: again, the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul siancia, from pen
with the unexpected consequences from their early infrastructure design. los angeles county is a land of sprawling development. with development comes hundreds of square miles of concrete, leaving no way for water to naturally soak into the ground. in areas of such widespread urbanization, flooding can be devastating. man: back in early 1930s, there was a flooding that took a lot of lives and property. as a result, the city of los angeles, in order to protect future flooding in the city, they decided to take the los angeles river and make it a flood control channel. they concreted the walls of the river in order for water to get to ocean much faster. narrator: cities throughout southern california converted natural rivers to these concrete channels, part of their storm drain systems. this allowed expanding development without the need for large flood plains. kharaghani: the los angeles river is approximately 51 miles. concrete reduces the size of the river that you need to carry the water because it speeds up the flow of water. if you'd like to remove all the concrete and to have natural system to
's attorney but so far they have not commented on murray's interviews. aditi roy, abc news, los angeles. >>> an update on the miami dolphins bullying investigation. sources say the nfl special investigator will interview johnthan martin a second time, most likely next week. he answered questions for seven hours during his first interview about the situation. the league's investigators said over the weekend that his work will take a few weeks. >>> a treat for music fans worldwide. the hottest stars in the business all in one place. >> the american music awards were handed out in los angeles last night with taylor and justin leading the pack. we have a live report from l.a. good morning, brandi. >> reporter: good morning. you know what, this awards show belonged to justin timberlake and taylor swift. they both took home several awards with taylor swift winning the biggest, artist of the year. music's brightest stars wowed on the red carpet. ♪ >> reporter: and then on stage. with katy perry's colorful performance kicking off the 2013 american music awards. >> justin timberlake. >> report
. live in los angeles with the latest on this tragedy and what we're learning today about the suspect. -- team facing a hefty payout after a fan got hit in the eye with a flying wiener. >> what? >> are they libel? >> this is no joke. >> $20,000 lawsuit. we report. you decide. "fox & friends" begins right now. these how we wake you up. >> hi this is loser stage manager. welcome to the show. you are watching "fox & friends." >> i thought she said loser stage manager. i thought she said that. >> that's not what she said. >> there is no loser stage manager on this show. >> not here. they are all winners. >> seriously, at this hour, you are really the star of the show. you manage to get us here awake and alive this morning. i don't know how did you it. >> there you go. that's not a loser stage manager. >> look who is here this morning. juliet huddy. >> i forget how much paperwork there is. >> oh there is a lot of paperwork. >> there is a lot to know at 6:00 a.m. >> if you were watching yesterday or sleeping, brand new video this morning, showing the moment that complete chaos at the intern
're learning about today's murder at lax. >> reporter: los angeles international airport, 9:28 a.m. local time. the fbi says paul anthony ciancia a white male 23 pull as rifle and opens fire. at the security check point tsa officers not armed or shot, one is killed. >> he preceded to the screening area and continued shooting and went past the screeners back into the airport itself. >> reporter: authorities say after shooting his way through the security check point the gunman makes it all the way down this hallway and stopped by authorities here near a burger king in the food court area, hundreds run for their lives. >> it was complete panic. people were screaming. you know, children crying. >> cure and utter may ham. people tripping over each other. bags everywhere. crying, screaming. >> everybody started like flying down the hallway and they were just like jumping over chairs, jumping over people. hiding in -- we were kind of trapped at the end of the terminal. >> trapped with nowhere else to escape some run on the airport tarmac and others use everything they can to protect them severals. >
with details in the shooting at los angeles international airport that left a tsa agent dead. as cell phone video from inside that terminal really shows you the chaos that unfolded. check this out. >> on the floor! on the floor now! on the floor! >> imagine if you were there. hundreds of folks in the moments just after the 23-year-old accused gunman opened fire inside that airport. police are saying the suspect shot the tsa agent at point blank range before turning his gun on the crowd. and returning to shoot the agent again. there were at least five other people injured in friday's shooting. we go now live outside l.a.x. with the latest. dominic, i can't imagine things could return to normal today, but are they? >> they are to some extent. all of the terminals are open including terminal 3 where the incident took place. you can check this for flights there and some of the airlines are not letting people directly to those gates, but getting them on their planes elsewhere. looking quiet behind me at terminal 1, but it is early sunday morning. late last night we heard from the fbi saying wh
hall in los angeles. disney ceo robert iger, said that diane holds a special place in the history of the company. and in the hearts of fans everywhere. she will be greatly missed. she is survived by her husband of 49 years, as well as 7 children and 13 grandchildren. >> something that bob iger sent us all an e-mail letting us know about the passing. and what she has meant to this company. will hold a very special place. >> she was the keeper of the flame. >> yes, she was. thanks. >>> now, to a new ruling coming for airline pilots, perhaps. the faa will soon start targeting obese pilots and air traffic controllers and treating them for possible sleep problems tied to their weight. it's all designed to make all of us who fly safer. and abc's david kerley has the story. >> reporter: obesity. we've called it a national epidemic. occasionally a problem in an aircraft cabin. in the movie "why did i get married?" >> i'm sorry, ma'am, someone your size has to buy two seats. >> reporter: actor/director kevin smith, who calls himself way fat, was asked to get off a plane. this morning, the
be disclosed to the public. in light of the shooting yesterday at los angeles international airport, the first 45 minutes this morning we want to get your thoughts on the overall topic of airport security. not only what was demonstrated yesterday, if there is a need of increase in security from the federal government or if there are other ways to make the airports safer. here is how you can comment -- you can send us a tweet at c- cspanwj,-- @ facebook.com/cspan, or you can send us an e-mail at journal@c-span.org. here is the headline from "the los angeles times" this morning -- a 23-year-old native from new jersey who lives in los angeles. there is a larger story when it comes to the topic of airport security. this is from "the wall street journal" -- your thoughts on airport security and if you think changes need to be made in light of what happened yesterday at los angeles international airport. we divided the lines regionally. if you live in an eastern or central time zone -- again, tweets are available, post on our facebook page, and send us an e-mail. withresident was briefing the iraq h
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to week skwrepb"weekend wit witt". investigators in los angeles are trying to figure out why a 23-year-old, who friends say showed no signs of problems, strolled into lax yesterday and started shooting. one tsa agent is dead. five hurt in a scene of total panic caught on video by this report by tmz. so word from the hospital on his condition. along with the rifle, he was carrying 150 round of ammunition, as well as a note that said he wanted to kill tsa employ and "pigs." no words can explain the horror that we experienced today when a shooter took the life of a member of our family and injured two tsa officers. i received a call not long ago from president obama who not only shared with me his cole doll lenses. it could have been much worse if agents on the scene weren't well prepared for emergency situations. >> not more than three weeks ago we took every one of our officers, patrol officers and a couple hundred officers from the los angeles police department and we practiced the exact scenario that played out today. >> in just a few minutes, we
hear something. >> reporter: in los angeles overnight, california families welcomed home storm survivors back to the u.s. >> i was scared. i thought, i'm not coming back. >> i appreciate family that's still over there. and the ones we have here. that's really all we have. >> it's good. i miss them so much. >> reporter: back in the philippines, just when it seemed things couldn't get any worse, a new, far weaker tropical storm made landfall. and word this morning of a small earthquake. tahman bradley, abc news, washington. >>> and back here, now. a north carolina man has been charged with attempting to help an al qaeda-linked group in syria. basit sheikh is alleged to have posted messages on facebook and communicated with an fbi informant about his plans to join a group the u.s. considers terrorists. now, he was arrested at the airport just before leaving for the region. >>> in other news this morning, the son of oklahoma senator jim inhofe has been killed in a plane crash. dr. perry inhofe, an orthopedic surgery was piloting the aircraft. that plane did crash
this coming week is a little bit more smooth. aditi, thank you. that's aditi roy in los angeles, this morning. >>> now, to another air travel nightmare. this playing out up in the sky and on camera. a passenger coming unglued and yelling about a bomb onboard. abc's rob nelson is here with this terrifying ordeal for passengers. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, guys. a crazy story here. a wild outburst and some truly frightening moments, all caught on tape by a passenger onboard that plane, as an allegedly mentally ill man became unruly. even threatened to blow up the aircraft. >> there's a bomb on this [ bleep ] plane. there's a bomb on the plane. >> reporter: terrifying words screamed loud and clear friday morning, onboard this spirit airline flight. >> there's a bomb on the plane. there's a bomb on this [ bleep ] plane. >> reporter: this chilling outburst, all caught on tape. the flight made an emergency landing, after the pilot reported the passenger's wild behavior. >> he was crazy. just to show you how crazy he was, he was actually throwing money at these people. >> reporter: thes
you so much in los angeles for us. >>> coming up for us next on "the lead," three of our correspondents racing from new york to washington, d.c. now it's a contest really for second place. which was faster? was it train, was it car? we'll have the definitive answer next. >>> and it is touch and go right now for your favorite thanksgiving day parade floats. which ones could be grounded tomorrow if mother nature does not cooperate. what you wear to bed is your business. so, if you're sleeping in your contact lenses, ask about the air optix® contacts so breathable they're approved for up to 30 nights of continuous wear. serious eye problems may occur. ask your doctor and visit airoptix.com for safety information and a free one-month trial. the price you see is the price you pay? yep, best prices of the year. i can't see. honey. [ laughs ] brad. yeah? what are you doing? uh... hi. hi. [ male announcer ] it's the chevy black friday sale. during the chevy black friday sale, get this traverse ls for under $29,000 or this equinox ls for around $23,000. hurry. the best prices of
, a high speed rail system. people will be able to travel to los angeles to san fran in less than two hours. the system will then expand to sacramento to san diego, stretching over 800 miles by the time it's finished. the central valley is the state's most depressed region, and has some of the highest unemployment rates in the country, well above 10%, and with 7 million residents it is larger than some 38 states. militia chan has more from fresno. >> reporter: not much happens in the industry of fresno. sitting in the middle of the state, some say in the middle of nowhere. it's residents have long felt neglected in downtown and on its outskirts are signs of the daily struggle. but in this part of california things might be picking up speed. ♪ >> reporter: this is the future. a vision of an electric, high speed rail whipping through town, an ambition project for a state in love with automobiles. >> by connecting the central valley we would be connecting all of california together. >> reporter: this doesn't look like the kind of place you would expect the first high-speed rail system to be
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>>> good morning. not again! thousands of people evacuated from los angeles international airport. >> everyone on the ground! everybody get down! >> it happened after a report of shots fired. this just weeks after a gunman sprayed bullets inside that same airport, while on the other side of the country, a passenger's terrifying outburst. >> get [ bleep ] off! there is a bomb on the plane! there is a bomb on the plane! >>> a taste of winter. freezing weather and snow and heavy rain making their way across the country. will this system make a mess of your thanksgiving travel? >>> and brotherly bond. a blind puppy who has his own seeing eye dog. his brother! they have got a new home and they will be be live in our studio "today," saturday november 23rd, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> i'm lester holt. >> i'm erica hill alongside dylan dreyer and chrispen welker who made her way up from washington here to new york. >> goo to see you in the studio. >> i'm not all bundled up outside of the
the east coast is next. miguel almageur, nbc news, los angeles. >>> to an amtrak train derailment that left 00 passengers stranded overnight in south carolina. the new york-bound train derailed causing several cars to slip off the tracks and injure several passengers, luck request for the passengers, the train had full power and heat, shielding them from the 20-degree weather outside. buses are en route to transfer passengers to another rail. >>> living abroad now to iran where an historic nuclear deal is done. the international reaction coming swift and mixed. with america's closest mideast ally israel calling it an historic mistake, here at home, leading members of congress are cautious but accepting. nbc's ahman mohyeldin. good morning. this deal follows years of behind-the-scenes diplomatic work. the question might be what are the next steps that are so crucial in this? >> well the short answer to that is compliance and enforcement. on the one hand you have this agreement that's spells out what is expected to happen the in the next six months, and a big component of that involves inspec
and los angeles with america's first true high-speed rail, 520 miles between them. travel time three hours. full service is scheduled for 2029. >> what are we looking at here? >> this is the transbay transit center, where high speed rail will come to the u.s. >> reporter: jeff morales is ceo of the california high speed rail authority. this massive construction site in downtown san francisco will become a railway mega station that includes high-speed trains. how fast will they go? >> around 220 miles per hour. we'll be rivalling the systems in japan, spain, elsewhere in europe. >> reporter: california's system will cost at least $68 billion and is now on hold. on monday, a federal judge put the brakes on the project, denied california rail officials the right to sell $8 billion in bonds that voters approved in 2008. but so many americans are fed up with their daily commute, so why has high-speed rail not become a bigger part of american life? >> there's never really been a champion for it, and all the existing transportation industries have done everything they can to block it. >> reporter
is actually from los angeles. who may or may not be gloating. with a slow clap. >> thank you, dan. >>> time to head back to philadelphia, where we find our sam champion at the oldest parade in the land. samuel j.? >> guess who i got, josh. cedric the entertainer, which makes this all great. cedric, i get to say it. you ask america the question every day. "who wants to be a millionaire?" i do. i do. i do. i do. >> i'm glad to do it. that's why i came down here. i wanted to be a part of this great day. and give you a million dollars. >> i love the whole idea. >> you have to throw it off the back of one of these floats. >> i'll throw 30% off the back of the parade float. you have to ride this whole parade route. and it's a chilly day this morning. how are you going to handle that? >> i have some hand warmers. >> that works out. >> i rubbed that all over. >> it is so nice to have you here. ladies and gentlemen, say hello to cedric the entertainer. give a good morning to america. let's get a little weather along the way. one or two things happening this morning as you step outside your door. how
killed in the line of duty will be remembered today at a public memorial in los angeles. gerardo hernandez was checking id's earlier this month at a los angeles airport when a gunman shot him point blank range. two other bystanders were hurt. 23-year-old paul sicea. his motive still remains unclear. >>> hernandez leaves behind a wife and two children. the world trade center tower has been debated as the nation's tallest building. today we will know for sure. the tower is above the new york skyline to reach the height of 1,776 feet. the committee of architects decide whether the needle disqualifies it from being counted. >> the committee of museum industry from all over the world will announce their decisions today. >> observe caamacare has fallenf the target. the numbers have health insurance companies worried counting on higher enrollment to make their plans profitable. doug luzader is live for us in washington, d.c. with the latest. >> good morning. the administration argued even if the obamacare web site was working properly a lot of people waited until the last minute for hea
think that maybe los angeles, the one spot on thanksgiving with some clouds and little bit of rain. but the rest of the country is going to be looking just fine. >> god love them but they deserve it, all that sunshine. >> real quickly people want to know what this looks like on the flip side. everybody has gotten to grandma's house. what happens when they try to leave on the weekend? how are things looking? >> for the most part looking real good. storm that moves into the pacific northwest. it's going to be a powerful storm. a lot of rain, a lot of snow. so anywhere from around montana through parts of wyoming that storm mentioning storm watching next week that's going to travel all across the entire country again. >> y this the preamble to winter. we are there, rick. >> it feels like winter to be honest with you. >> heed your warnings today and rick lesson that you's as well and be careful when they are on the roads and be patient when the air. >> you bet. >> when navy seals raided usama bin laden's compound in pakistan and killed the leader they made off with all kinds of documen
like to mention, andrew, who i hope i get to meet. i mention them all the time. he is from los angeles. was frustrated and spent some 300 -- three hours trying to navigate the website him in california and was not pleased he had to wait three hours. after three hours, he ended up saving $6,000. while no one should have to wait three hours to find out if they will qualify for quality affordable health care, everyone wants to save $6,000 and that is why we're here. we want americans to save money on health insurance and we want the millions of americans who could never say they could afford to buy health insurance let alone save money, have access to the doctors and hospitals, so important for their children and themselves. we are here to say we will do everything we can to make our health security law work and work well. is an opportunity to improve it, we will work with the president and our colleagues in congress to make that happen. understand speaker banner the bill theed house republican majority will put him a floor of the house tomorrow is not for the purpose of improving the new
of the country. i would expect it's going to be sweaters and stuff that keeps you warm. what about los angeles? >> so a lot of the west is, especially in the weekend, is going to be near seasonal, maybe even a little bit warmer. but that being said, you know, there's still opportunities pretty much throughout the united states. but the biggest opportunity, frankly, is in the consuming east, in the midwest where most of those items are sold, those cold weather items. but it does still get cold in los angeles, seattle, so they will sell sweaters and fleece and other items as well. weather's all local. adam: so the cold weather, does that make us part with our money from your statistics any more rapidly than when it's warm? >> it does. you know, it's all about need-based purchasing. so when thewet's warm, we might think about maybe not buying a cold weather item, maybe electronics. but when the weather's cold, it impacts what goes in your basket. so this weekend for folks that are out looking for gifts and it's cold outside, they're going to be looking for those gift-giving items, blankets and bo
, friday's shooting at terminal 3 at the los angeles international airport where a gunman approached a checkpoint, pulled a .233 caliber assault rifle from a bag and opened fire, targeting tsa agents, injuring several people and taking the life of a tsa officer named gerardo hernandez, the first tsa officer to die in the line of duty since the agency was created in 2001. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia, was charged this weekend with murder of a federal officer, and commission of violence at an international airport. after being shot at the scene of the crime, he remains in critical condition but is not believed to have suffered brain damage, allowing for the possibility he might be able to answer questions at some point. and while the entirety of his motive is yet to be known, he did have on him at the time a letter. which had language associated with the anti-government patriot movement, as well as some additional anti-government literature about a conspiracy to form a single global government. and for more, i'm joined by brand-new grio.com columnist, goldie
nine medical center in los angeles at least till january 1st when his bill would go up. >> it's completely out of network and doesn't apply against my deductible. it's almost in another orbit. >> the new obama care compliant plan being offered by his currents health insurance company will actually cost him $5 a month less, but four of harris's five doctors are no longer in that network. >> i've had patients come to me saying, please do whatever you need to do because i don't know if i'll be able to come back to see you after december 31st. >> he says 10% of his patients now must either find new doctors or pay steep out of pocket costs. >> it's mind numbing. >> even for dr. eichess. less than six weeks before obama care takes effect, he still doesn't know which if any insurance plans he will accept. he has already stopped taking medicare. >> i play think about not taking insurance at all. i have a lot of appreciates seeing me for over 20 years. we have a bond. >> for harris, obama care has meant fewer choices and headaches. >> i certainly wish him well, but the situation that i
today. chicago will be sunny as well. and dallas, too. los angeles, cloudy with a high of 70. >>> and time now for a check of the national forecast. a pacific storm moves into the northwest and northern rockies today. it will be dry and chilly across the midwest. showers are expected across southern florida, upstate new york, and northern pennsylvania could see some lake-effect snow. >>> the nfl is being questioned for the way officials handled the deadly storm system that hammered the midwest on sunday. the league allowed the chicago bears and baltimore ravens to kick off at noon despite the threat of high winds, heavy rain in the forecast. delay was eventually delayed and fans were told to take cover in soldier field concourse area. a league spokesman said the safety of fans, players and officials is the nfl's top concern. >>> a dramatic finish in "monday night football" between carolina and new england. with the panthers trailing by three points late in the game, cam newton throws a 25-yard touchdown pass to ted ginn jr. for the lead. and on the last play of the game, tom
in chicago. ice and rain in dallas today. and sunshine in los angeles. >>> on the cbs money watch, the hunger games burns the competition. and the cost of gas as you hit the road for thanksgiving. windy gillette is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, wendy. >> reporter: good morning. asian markets finished mostly high earn a slumping yen. tokyo's nikkei rose 1.5%. hong kong's hang seng was unchanged. stocks on wall street open this morning after e week over five points higher. as holiday travelers hit the roads, they're going to be paying more for gas. after nine weeks of falling gas prices, the lundberg survey says the average price of a regular gallon of gas rose 3 cents from last week to $3.25. microsoft says more than 1 million xbox one consoles sold in 24 hours after the new model went on sale friday. the console was launched in 13 markets, and sold out at most retailers. microsoft says that figure surpasses first day sales of the previous generation model, the xbox 360. the sale's figure matches that of sony's playstation 4 which was released more than a wee
court judge agreed he would waive the pop singer's appearance because he's back in rehab in los angeles. brown is facing a misdemeanor assault charge for allegedly punching a man outside a hotel last month. he was ordered into anger management this week. >>> more details from the tragic shooting at sandy hook elementary school will be released today. the connecticut state attorney will release a report with a clear timeline. he's interviewed dozens of people and investigated every second of what happened that day. it's been nearly a year since a gunman killed 20 children and six adults. >>> you may want to pay special attention to all of the laws of the road today. d.c. police have put new traffic enforcement cameras into place. >> because they're big money makers, that's why. they're designed to catch drivers for speeding, failing to stop at stop signs, blocking intersections or even failing to yield to pedestrianses in crosswalks. only warnings will are issued through december 29. after that the violators will >>say it's about safety ine. mike, and money. >>> 4:35. some americans will
. milchan says it it was hard to overcome his image. we're live in los angeles, william, how did he get involved in all of this? >> he was recruited as a spy to help set up the country's nuclear program. but he also loved film, so what a great cover story. he could travel the world, scouting locations, looking for investors and contracts. he is anni israeli jew that cam to america and produced bill films. at the same time he was helping obtain materials for nuclear testing in south africa, and the commissions he made made him rich. a double life for which he has no apologies. >> translator: i should have said [ bleep ] you know what? i did it for my country and i'm proud of it. >> forbes says that milchan who was married to a model and now a tennis pro, he is worth about $4 billion. john? >> how is all of this going down in israel? >> his name first surfaced about two years ago in a book. so only last night really did the general public kind of learn about this whole thing. apparently some in hollywood like robert deniro expected it. they say he was instrumental, he should be honored as
taking his own life according to the los angeles county sheriff's department. it started after 4:00 this afternoon. witnesses say that the man had robbed a pharmacy, then barricaded himself in a verizon store. no one was inside the store, but the shoppers were evacuated from the shopping center, no one else hurt. >>> 140 million people are predicted to shop this weekend. the national retail federation thinks holiday sales will go up nearly 4% this year to $602 billion. last year sales were up 3.5%. online sales are projected to go up even more this black friday. ibm digital benchmark predicts a 9.7% increase from last year, 21% of that coming from people shopping on their smartphones. others want to spend their cash at local businesses. we have the story from jacqueline square with a different kind of shopping center. >> reporter: oaklanders call it plaid friday to represent the diversity of all the independent shops here. shoppers are encouraged to spend on local businesses. forget the flat screens and fistfights of black friday. this is oakland's own version of the day after t
. bigad shaban, cbs news, los angeles. >> to find out how specific booster seats were rated, you can go to the insurance institute for highway safety's website. it covers all the seats that are currently on the market. >>> in today's health alert, how autism can affect your child's stomach. a study finds children who are autistic are up to eight times more likely to have stomach problems. researchers say these youngsters are often sensitive to food and can regularly suffer from upset stomach, constipation and diarrhea. doctors aren't sure there is a link but believe decreasing gastrointestinal problems in children with autism may decrease behavioral problems. >>> german researchers say education may play a role in what kinds of food adults eat. the new study finds people with lower levels of education are more likely to choose unhealthy foods that contain high levels of sugar and fat and less likely to eat fruits and vegetables. >>> you have ever thought of picking up a second language trying to learn one? if you do it might help with dementia. re
five people hurt at the los angeles memorial coliseum when fans rushed the field after the usc football team win over stanford. one person suffering a possible broken leg. another fell. all ten why taken to the hospital to get checked out. >>> all right. are you ready for some sports, guys? this one, the talk of college football world this morning. what can be one of the most incredible hail mary touchdown's. it was caught on camera. look at this. >> lets it go. oh, my god! >> oh, my goodness. >> oh, no! >> can you believe that? auburn down 38-37 with just seconds left on the clock. qb nick marshall threw up a desperation heave on 4th and 18. somehow ricardo lewis pulled it in off that tip. auburn wins 43-38. that's why you throw them up there. right? sometimes it happens. >> one in 500 times. >> one in 500 times, rick. you never know when it's going to happen. >> unbelievable. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. there's a loot happening weather wise. >> there is? >> yes, there is. today will be a big day. take a look at this video that we'll start with out of washington and oregon.
from los angeles, california, 34 years old, lives in -- as i said, in my city of los angeles, had to wait three hours to enroll. $6,000 savings. let's improve this plan. let's not destroy it. it's time to move forward to give americas what they need, health security. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. burgess: reserve my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from colorado. mr. polis: require if the gentleman has any remaining speakers. mr. burgess: i'm always here so i remain as a speaker but it will just be me. mr. polis: you're prepared to close? mr. burgess: absolutely. mr. polis: i yield myself the balance of the time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for the remaining time which is 90 seconds. mr. polis: i'll offer an amendment to the rule in a will allows americans to keep their insurance if they like it. mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent to insert the text of the amendment in the record, along with extraneous material immediately prior to the vote on the previous question. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. poli
. >> reporter: at 64 his tempo hasn't slowed. he and his family live in los angeles where he makes music all the time. freedom for me is the most important word in the entire nation. ♪ >> i love the u.s., man. i love the u.s. ♪ >> reporter: today the u.s. says the feeling is mutual. for "cbs this morning," bill whitaker los angeles. >> once again, bill clinton, oprah winfrey, gloria steinem, which is the reason we miss gayle today. >> i know but we'll get a full report from her tomorrow as they honor all these people with the presidential medal of freedom. incredible. >> he said it so well. it's the second word i like so much. >> freedom. freedom. >>> and tomorrow on "cbs this morning," every girl's dream. french luxury you got to love the weekend. it's like everyone came to "if it's good, let's save it for the weekend." so here's to the kfc ten buck weekend bucket. ten pieces, ten bucks. any recipe. just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good. >>> that does it for us. tomorrow a full report from gayle inside the white house. announcer: right now a
was transferred. he is serving a life sentence for shooting robert kennedy in los angeles back in 1968. a california corrections officer said the move was a routine one. and the fact that it happened 50 years to the day of jfk's death is a coincidence. >>> two decisions connected to the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. tomorrow, prosecutors are expected to release their final report on the investigation into the shooting that killed 20 first graders and six educators in newtown. also tomorrow, a judge will rule whether the 911 calls made from the school should be released to the public. >>> boeing's new planes could be facing a serious issue, an icing problem with eight models and dreamliners. those specific planes avoid flying near thunderstorms, many which contain ice crystals because it could affect the engine performance. united, japan and air india. >>> this next story is a talker. should airlines allow passengers to talk on their cell phones while in flight? how in-flight calls could impact travel. >> reporter: the hassles of flying. baggage fees, paying for
1968 as the day that i got married to a beautiful young woman who was born in los angeles, attended los angeles times school, i guess it was called hollywood high and went to ucla and later to the peace corps. she became a librarian, she loved books, and she loved to read and she came south and followed the civil rights movement and kept up with the movement. we met in 67 and we were married on february 21, 1968. .. everybody in the audience just broke up laughing. will you obey? >> host: why did they laugh? >> guest: because they thought he would instruct lillian to listen, because she was a little feisty, and because she needed some encouragement to go by her husband. >> host: what's the last year of your life been without her? >> guest: i think about her all the time. i still wear my wedding band. it's just hard to take it off. i miss her. i wish she could be here and witnessed the changes that have occurred with our son and my own life, and be able to -- she was my closest and dearest friend. she was a wonderful companion. she gave me great advice, and she worked so hard in campaign
by a gunman at los angeles international airport honored in a ceremony there. a plane carrying the u.s. national honors flag for gerardo hernandez was greeted by a water cannon salute. a procession featured an honor guard and bagpipes. he is the first tsa officer killed in the line of duty. the father of two was shot in an attack friday that wounded two other tsa officers and a bystander. >> florida stand your ground law expected to remain after the house votes on the democratic back measure today. the measure would repeal the law that allows you to use deadly force if you think that your life is in danger. florida house speaker will weatherford agreed to have that hearing after protests there at the capital. this after george zimmerman was acquitted of murder charges in july for the shooting death of trayvon martin. >> the labor department wants workplace safety reports to be public. oshea is expected to announce a plan today to have companies states filing all injury and illness reports electronically saying it would help prevent accidents. it would only apply to 250 employees. >>
herself, because later today we get on a plane and we go to los angeles and i'm going to be with jay leno and hoda is going to be with blake shelton. >> blake shelton is going to be on "the tonight show" and so are we. >> he's our opening act is the way i look at it. >> do you know what jay and blake have in common, i think? >> no. >> they both have kind of wide faces. don't you think? >> i think of jay's as long, but if you want to say it's wide, okay. shall we look? >> well, i don't know. there's a new study out that says women are more attracted to wide-faced men. >> not to marry, though, just to -- >> cause -- >> go to poughkeepsie, if you know what i mean. >> because they say wide-faced men seem to be powerful, wealthy, and in charge and aggressive and all those things. see, that's a wide face. >> but, you see, it's also very long. >> it's long and wide. okay. >> like his talent. >> oh, see, isn't that a wide face? and a good -- i mean a good -- i don't think wide is bad. >> well -- >> no, it's not. >> the mayor of toronto has a wide face, and i don't find him particularly attractive
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